Tuning day 2021
Inspiration, development, tuning!
Do you want to develop yourself as an organisational actor? Would you like to get some tips and inspiration for tuning your organisation and making it even better? Join us at HYY’s Tuning Day to receive both training and inspiration! It is a training event for all organisational actors and features a variety of training sessions – you will get lots of chances to learn something new whether you are active in a hobby organisation, a student nation, a subject organisation or a faculty organisation!
Tuning Day 2021 is held at Zoom on Tuesday Feb 16th at clock 10am-2pm.
The workshops are organised unfortunately in Finnish.
Registration closes on 14 February at 11.59 pm: https://www.lyyti.in/Virityspaiva_2021_6207/en
Training session for treasurers
The training session for treasurers provides an introduction to the basics of financial management and the treasurer’s responsibilities as well as using the Tilitin accounting software. The training session lasts for the duration of the entire Tuning Day.
Utilising organisational activities in working life
How can you ensure that you will fully utilise your experience from organisational activities in working life? This training session provides you with the tools to identify and verbalise your experience and skills from organisational activities as well as make them appropriate for job-seeking!
Good administration – what, why and how?
The goal of this training session, aimed at the secretaries of associations in particular, is to go through the basics of association administration and offer tips for making it easier to manage the routines of everyday association life. Themes of the session include drafting and archiving documents as well as their efficient utilisation, the Associations Act and meeting technique.
Study advisor’s 101
In this training session, you will receive basic information on current issues in educational policy that are relevant to students as well as on students’ influencing opportunities at the University. The training session is especially suitable for new study advisors and others interested in student advocacy work and does not require previous knowledge about educational policy.
Sisu is coming – are you ready?
Have you heard about Sisu? Do you know what effects it will have on the studies of all students? This year, Sisu will reform course registration[PJ1] , study planning, recognition of prior learning and graduation. In this training session, you will get the hang of the reform and have the opportunity to ask questions about it directly from the University’s specialists who are in charge of it. You will become your organisation’s expert on Sisu – you will know everything students on your field of study need to know!
Remote events and meetings in organisational activities
What can you do now that organisational activities have gone remote due to the coronavirus crisis? This training session is suitable for both event and meeting organisers and has separate sections on remote meetings and remote events.
Managing an organisation’s communications
What does managing communications entail? How can you make an organisation’s communication strategic and goal-oriented? How is communication connected to all of the organisation’s operations? This training session helps you take control of communication and learn how successful communication allows you to support all of your organisation’s goals.
Harassment situations in organisational activities
This training session focuses on identifying harassment and inappropriate treatment as well as on related legislation and good practices for processing and preventing harassment situations in organisational activities in particular.
GDPR 101 for people involved in organisations
Do you know what the GDPR is and what it means for your organisation? The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) applies to all organisations – come and hear what measures your organisation needs to take because of it.
Considering international students in student organisations
How can you reach international students? How can your organisation act in an equal manner and take into account the wishes of its members who speak different languages? How can organisations act bilingually? This workshop includes discussion on ways to get international students involved in the organisation’s activities and for international students to act in the board of an organisation. We will be sharing good practices and making a plan of action for the participants based on them.
Help your organisation become a pioneer of environmental affairs!
Are you worried about climate change? Would you like to learn how to concretely affect its mitigation in organisational activities? Do you want to help lift your organisation into the top tier of environmental crisis prevention? Join us at this training session that hopefully leaves at least our shared climate cold. Everyone interested in environmental issues is warmly welcome to take part! The training session is recommended especially to the persons in charge of environmental affairs in organisations.
050 537 3798
Board member (organizations)
050 543 9610